Henderson, NV asked in Estate Planning and Probate for Nevada

Q: HOW CAN MY GIRLFRIEND STOP HER MOM FROM KICKING HER OUT OF THE FAMILY HOME

MY FRIEND AND HER SON AND DAUGHTER AND MOM LIVE IN THE FAMILY HOME. ON APRIL 29, HER DAUGHTER DIED AND ON THE 30TH HER MOTHER ABANDONED THE HOME. NOW HER MOTHER IS SENDING TEXT MESSAGES THAT SHE NEEDS TO MOVE OUT. SHE STILL HAS NO IDEA WHERE HER MOM IS. SHE PAID THE BILLS, CARED FOR THE PETS, YARD AND POOL ECT. HER MOTHER IS 82 YEARS OLD AND MY GIRLFRIEND BELIEVES THAT SLOWLY BUT SURELY LOSING HER FACULTIES. SHE DOES NOT DESERVE TO BE UNJUSTLY THROWN OUT OF THE HOME THE MOM IS CLEARLY UNABLE TO CARE FOR THE HOME. MY GIRLFRIEND IS GRIEVING THE LOSS OF HER RECENTLY PASSED DAUGHTER AND IS UNCERTAIN OF WHAT HER MOM IS DOING. DOES MY GIRLFRIEND HAVE A LEG TO STAND ON. MARCH 27 SHE NOTICED THAT HER MOM HAD TAKEN HER OFF THE DEED WITHOUT HER SIGNATURE AND DOES NOT HONESTLY KNOW WHY. WHEN SHE ASKS HER MOM SHE DOESN'T REPLY . PLEASE HELP. SHE ALSO NOTICED THAT ANOTHER DEED WAS FORGED REMOVING HER.MY GIRLFRIEND BELIEVES GREEDY BROTHER IS ABUSING MOMS DIMINISHING STATE,

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Bonnie M Lonardo
Bonnie M Lonardo
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A: I believe you might benefit from speaking to an estate planning attorney regarding this question.

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